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an episode. we will never, our promise, pledge, our solemn vow to you, we will never be destroyed trump media. wewe are the fair and balanced part. let not a your heart be trouble. the news continues. there she is. another night of kitten killing apparently according to these calls. still haven't heard my recorded message. you still haven't picked it up. i left a message yesterday -- go >> sean: you did not. >> laura: yes i did. >> sean: what did you say? >> laura: it was in a foreign accent, it was respectfully done, no cultural misappropriation, it was a very specific to criticisms i need to respond to it tomorrow. >> sean: will play it tomorrow tomorrow. >> laura: good evening from washington, i'm laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle
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"the ingraham angle." in light of the pro-amnesty congressional leaders, should the president's core supporters panic? that's the focus of tonight's angle. as i noted last night it was terrific for the president to let the sunlight in during that back and forth at the white house. transparency is long overdue in the legislative process, it's something i've been asking for for years. he was engaged and enthusiastic about having both sides of the table, it was really good. he also reiterated that the wall and ending chain migration was a prerequisite for any deal on the so-called dreamers. not so reassuring was when this went down. >> you turn on the fox news and i could hear the drumbeat coming. they're going to beat the out of us because it's going to be amnesty all over again. >> laura: then the president
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second that emotion. >> president trump: it's very interesting because i do have people -- to use the common term -- very far right and very far left, they are unhappy about what we're doing but i don't believe they have to be. >> laura: excuse me? lindsey graham hitting fox news? that's nothing new. if the president hitting a far right, that's adopting the language of his fiercest critics and many in the open borders crowd, pretty surprising. then here was the piece de resistance. >> president trump: hopefully they come back with an agreement from the senate, from the house, come back with an agreement. i'm signing it -- i will be signing it. i'm not going to say oh, gee, i want this, i want that, i will sign it. >> laura: here's the part that made jeb bush all warm and fuzz fuzzy. >> this should be a bipartisan bill, it should be a bill of
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love and we can do that. >> laura: does that sound a little bit familiar? >> yes, they broke the law but it's not a felony. it's an act of love. >> laura: do you remember when candidate trump ridiculed low energy jeb for that? >> president trump: he said they come as an act of love. tell that to the families and there are many, many, many families who lost a loved one, act of love. it's no act of love. >> laura: remember candidate trump saying this? >> note citizenship. >> president trump: no citizenship. let me go a step further. they will pay back taxes, they have to pay taxes. there is no amnesty as such. there is no amnesty.
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>> laura: listen to the crowd. what happened? may be the president realized he's never going to get a wall unless he does and daca amnesty. maybe he thinks he just can't and chain migration unless he gives legal status to those 800,000 illegals, they range from about 16 to 30, they are not all kids now. that is a hard pill for many of his most loyal supporters to swallow. today, many of my radio listeners were in meltdown mode. >> we're not going to get a new wall, all but my shirt. >> if he breaks his promise and he grants amnesty to his dreamers it's over. i think it's over. >> my kids were born and raised in america, we have dreams too. if we don't obey the law, nobody comes and gives us free stuff. >> we are not far right when we
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simply insist upon biting by the legal immigration rules, when did that ever become far right? >> i'm feeling deflated right now. >> laura: i did my best to buck up for the listeners it wasn't easy. it's true he's winning praise for his newfound openness, we all know that's math to amnesty. he's winning it from some of the same people who are enemies of his populist agenda. the same people who revile his supporters. >> i thought it was great to see our friends in both parties in there. >> i think letting them see talk to each other. >> this is the president see that many people thought donald trump was capable of. the notion of him being in command. >> i think it was helpful both before the cameras left and after they left. >> laura: that's the guy who
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wrote the book trashing trump and it didn't vote for him. not so long ago they were calling you and your agenda far right, extreme right, racist, xenophobic, alt right. the president's new friends have a few goals in mind. the republicans want cheap labor and the democrats want new voters. who are captive to big government. there's another goal, they want to separate donald trump from his base and break the spirit of the populist movement. they think they will because steve bannon has been sidelined and they think their moment has arrived. the president has to or may not loyal to his supporters and his agenda, the one he ran on, the one that won all that rave reviews and all those rallies where people stood in line in hours in the cold. he has to be willing to walk
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away from a bad deal just the way reagan walked away from a bad deal with the soviets at reykjavik. we all understand that governance is difficult and sometimes you have to get the best deal you can with the votes you were given. but i think kevin mccarthy who is not exactly an immigration hard-liner had it right when he cautioned the president yesterday during that meeting, he said you can't agree to a deal that compounds the problem. a deal that ends up attracting more illegals down the road. right now we have another surge happening at the border. one that fails to fortify the border, really fortify it. there is a possibility that president trump is doing something else. that he's playing a smooth game with republicans and democrats and the media. while he conveys an openness to negotiating, i love you guys, he's forcefully staking out his ground and managing to bring all parties to the table and it's
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not just that. just this week, there are really encouraging signs. the president is doing the hard work of enforcement. he just announced that 200,000 salvadorans who were supposed to be here temporarily are going to finally have to go home because the hurricane is over. today, the administration rated about 100 and 7-eleven's hunting for illegal employees and going after the employers who are abusing them and abusing the system. this is the kind of robust, proactive enforcement that americans expect and supporters demand. when it comes to any daca deal, the president has to realize there are two things that matter above all else. number one, daca is the only leverage he has to implement his entire agenda. number two, democrats favor granting citizenship to these illegal aliens because they believe it is the absolute key
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to achieving a super majority, just like the one they currently have in california. they want that in every key battleground states. there's so much more at stake than the future of the dreamers. this could decide the fate of the country. i'm going to wait to see what the final daca proposal looks like but if it does not include a wall, a real wall, not a see through wall, expect a political revolt from the base -- which means losing the house and maybe even losing the senate. chain migration absolutely necessary. if those things aren't in the deal or are watered down so badly they don't exist at all, we end up losing the house, the senate -- was going to be left to defend the president? dick durbin, lindsey graham, or all those hard right people whose radio shows are on fox news? the president did not promise his supporters, he , and opaque
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electronic fence, he promised them a big beautiful wall. unless a chain migration is ended, i fear your most ardent supporters will write you off as just another politician who said something he didn't mean. and that would be heartbreaking. joining us now for reaction in new york is monica crowley, she's the senior fellow at the london center and here in washington jamar jacoby, and corey lewandowski coauthor of the new best seller "let's trump b trump." there are people you heard my radio listeners, really worried, i want to hold out hope and reserve judgment for the final deal. you heard the quotes from the president at that meeting. he'll agree to anything they say, if a deal is going to get
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done, comprehensive immigration reform is coming. of course throw in the reference to the hard right. people aren't too happy. >> this president made campaign promises he needs to fulfill. if you don't fulfill those campaign promises, what we will see in november is a retaliation against the president because he hasn't done that. the biggest campaign promise that he made was to build the wall. i went to all of those rallies, we saw that mexico was going to pay for it. this is a hallmark of the campaign that donald trump ran on to make sure we are putting america first. that has been his agenda, that's what he has campaigned on. >> laura: people like jeff flake who didn't even vote for the president, he's probably closer to you on immigration, he said that the wall will be something like 700 miles but it
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won't really be a wall it will be fencing and so forth. would that be acceptable to someone like you? >> we need to do whatever it takes to secure the border and the jeff flake is not the only person in congress who is working on this. he's not the only person who said that president is going in the right direction. so is john cornyn. people in the house like goodlad and labrador. there are plenty of hard lined republicans who think we need the daca deal and it's the way to build the wall. >> laura: i think you're right, there is not votes to do that. >> if you want to find the money the way to get the money out of congress you need a bipartisan vote. >> laura: if people actually thought a fortified border was important. , we need roads there, we need a wall. >> we need more men, we need
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judges, we did all kinds of things. >> laura: that is an absolute must have come out why link it to the daca at all? what does it have to do? >> before he was inoculated he said we should do something for the daca kids? why not have some democrat vote votes? >> laura: your for enforcement enforcement. >> i certainly am a republican i'm not a democrat. >> laura: chuck schumer has said he is for enforcement. >> but they also want to do something for the daca kids. >> laura: i want to believe in my heart of hearts there is not some major sellout in the offing. i can't imagine the president would do that. that would be the end of his presidency. you already have people who are concerned about this.
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few people have given him better advice than corey sitting here, myself, and a few others. he has a lot of new found friends who are calling him racist, sexist, xena phobic yesterday. >> i don't think he cares much about his newfound friends who are lavishing him with praise based on what went down in that meeting. we are a little worried because we are so conditioned by establishment republicans and others who have led us down over many decades, people on both sides of the aisle. this president is completely different. i think what you saw in that meeting, donald trump knew what he was doing. he knew what he was doing with that strategic contradiction. of all of his campaign promises, build the wall inspired the most prescient support. i don't think he's going to let us down on that. his platform on dealing with illegal immigration once and for all, he knows he's got one shot before the end of the year in the 2018 midterm elections.
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he knows what he's got to do. he's got to start funding the building the wall, he has to end at sanctuary cities, he has to end the visa lottery program, he's got to accelerate deportations and he's got to unblock those immigration court courts. i know that's a tall order but that's what he promised. >> laura: he got to do it, he can't be whatever durban an end feinstein and cory gardner -- >> people don't want to miss what i'm about to reveal to cory gardner. let's watch. >> those folks don't have to solve problems, the president does. if ps to work to fix problems to fix immigration. his job is not to sell books, his job is not to carry a tv show, his job is to solve problems.
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>> laura: we didn't realize that he is actually the president. >> the president has been brought to washington to solve the problems this congress -- >> laura: they created it by leaving the border open! >> donald trump has passed the massive tax reform package and what the president is going to do is fulfill the campaign promises that he outlined. what we saw yesterday was quintessential donald trump. he held those guys accountable. have them accountable on television, the democrats hate that because they want to go and make this rhetoric and have this propaganda. >> laura: for lindsey graham to be sitting at the table, your friend stick up to your friends. i like him, very much always have. fox news and hard right, he tried this line in 2007. he tried it in 2014. you know who's no longer here in
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washington? john boehner and eric cantor. they sold the country out primarily on immigration. on the issue of chain migration, the democrats have said they are not for reduction to chain migration. >> over time we definitely need to rebalance. too much family migration not enough employment based. that is a historic change, were going to change 200 years of history. democrats aren't going to be ready to do it right now across the board. i think it's possible to make some changes to change migration, to totally change the system i don't think it's going to happen. >> laura: we changed our immigration policy in 1965 -- changed from a merit-based system to primarily bringing in the entire family tree migration system. >> it should be country based.
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it was country based and people brought they knew and their relatives. >> laura: there are a million green card grants every year. 44% our family migration. there are other family recipients that come in -- >> the families work too. 99.9% of the families work. republicans believe in families. families create a social fabric. >> laura: like american families are the social fabric? >> why would you have just a bunch of single men workers and not family? >> laura: there better than we are? the illegals coming in with all
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the extended family are better than the american workers. >> i didn't say anything like that. i think immigration should be legal not illegal, but some family migration is not a bad thing. >> laura: spouses and children. illegal people donald trump said countless times on the campaign trail need to go home and apply the right way. if you want to change the law, change it. compromise on this thing is going to be a bridge too far. all of you i could have you for an hour i wish we did. now how trump is signaling a possible showdown with bob mueller over the russia investigation. senator feinstein may have broken the law, is he right on liberty mutual saved us almost eight hundred dollars when we switched our auto and home insurance. with liberty, we could afford a real babysitter instead of your brother. hey. oh. that's my robe. is it? you could save seven hundred eighty two dollars
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i don't make an excuse but i had a bad cold and maybe that slowed down my mental facilities a little bit. >> laura: good lord. president trump says she possibly broke the law. is that the case? let's discuss this with senior editor of the federalist mollie hemingway here in the studio. they put that in the prompter. if that is so unfair, you're serious. deputy counsel for the whitewater investigation, i want to start with you. the president said that this could have been illegal because she was operating while under the influence of robitussin? i don't know what she was doing. it's not illegal for her to release this, unwise or imprudent. >> i can't think of the law that it violates. unclassified session from what i
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understand, he's a private citizen. that's why he said she possibly violated the law. there are a lot of laws in the books but i think she's safe. >> laura: will get under whose mueller has hired, but molly, it might not be illegal. what is really going on here? what's the bigger part of this narrative for our viewers who aren't all that accustomed to understanding this whole fusion gps deal. >> i don't think it was illegal but it was bizarre, she blew up her committee and it was a weird thing for her to do. the testimony was interesting. i think what's happening as everyone is coming to the realization that collusion isn't happening and they are panicking and throwing everything out there. they testimony was interesting, it already included two things that are false. there was a mole in the trump campaign and the guy who said
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that walked it back. a lawyer claiming someone was killed over the dossier, he walked that back. but it did point to the fbi playing around with this. these are the things that remain the focus now, people are curious. was this opposition research use, was that weaponized by the obama administration to spy on opposing political -- >> laura: they released one closed-door interview, doesn't that begged the question, release all the others? >> the investigation is still ongoing and you can corrupt witness testimony. right now the actual movement is to declassify that application for the warrant spying on the trump campaign. doing this was not a wise move if you're not wanting that's to be declassified because the pressure ramps up. >> laura: i want to go to you on what the president said today and we have the sound bite about perhaps being interviewed by the
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special counsel, let's watch. >> are you open to meeting with him? >> president trump: i'll see what happens paired but when he has no collusion at any level, it seems unlikely that he would even have an interview. >> laura: he didn't answer the question, but can he rebuff the request to be interviewed and what would that portend? >> he can rebuff it just like clinton rebuffed our five or six interview requests. then he can issue a grand jury subpoena. is he going to invoke the fifth amendment? i think that will be hard to keep secret and i think that would be very tough. if he was a normal client, a white color client, you would absolutely decline to have him speak with mueller. if you were subpoenaed to the grand jury, you would say we are
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taking the fifth amendment. he's not a normal client -- he's got to go options. you either have an informal interview with your lawyer in the room who can help control the situation or you sent him into the grand jury where he's all alone. his lawyer is outside but realistically he's not going to step outside after every question and talk to ty cobb. if mueller wants to interview him, he can force it by issuing a grand jury subpoena. i think the best thing for the president to do in that instance is to have an informal interview if mueller will allow it and he certainly showed with ty cobb in the room with him and have it recorded. >> laura: unlike hillary clinton, no transcript, he always hammers that point. he can just skate on it. >> if they can get that hillary clinton special where
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they don't record the interview, that would be a great deal. i don't think he can fight the subpoena. >> mueller is a real prosecutor. >> laura: he's hiring more people, he's hiring that cyber crime expert which is not a sign that they're closing down this investigation anytime soon. have you caught the latest of the skies act? >> this idiot is the president. >> this idiot is the president. >> laura: my response, the the great emperor penguin migration. trekking a hundred miles inland to their breeding grounds. except for these two fellows. this time next year, we're gonna be sitting on an egg. i think we're getting close! make a u-turn... u-turn? recalculating... man, we are never gonna breed. just give it a second. you will arrive in 92 days. nah, nuh-uh. nope, nope, nope. you know who i'm gonna follow? my instincts. as long as gps can still get you lost,
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>> laura: it's time for our seen and unseen segment, first up. robert de niro is truly one of hollywood's iconic tough guys but his act isn't so
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award-winning when he talks trash in the real world of politics. >> this [bleep] idiot is the president. [cheers and applause] it's the emperor's new clothes. the guy is a [bleep] fool, come on. our baby in chief, [bleep] in chief, i call him. >> laura: i think he means the emperor has no clothes, if someone doesn't write his lines he blows them. he's been mouthing off for year years. i had a chance to take a plane ride with him once. drinking jack daniel's at 1:00 in the afternoon. he is off the rails good >> i
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feel embarrassed for a guy like robert de niro, godfather, the wizard of lies. undermines the work when it engages in this kind of ad hominem, it cuts your audience in half and it drives people who genuinely love his work, he's a great actor. don't do this, it embarrasses you, without the line it's trouble. they say some actors take the role home with him. he's caught somewhere between raging bull and wizard of lies, i'll leave it there. >> laura: talk about iconic, french actress amazing. she is as beautiful as ever. she had a few things to say about the #metopost --movement. >>thisisthebacklashtothemovement
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men have been punished summarily when all they did is touch someone's knee or try to steal a kiss. as women we do not recognize themselves in this feminism which is beyond of denouncing the abuse of power and takes on a hatred of men and sexuality. >> laura: someone's knee or try to steal a kiss. >> they take this in totality, they are saying wait we may have gone too far. some men have been inappropriately driven from their jobs on just in accusatio accusation. >> laura: so much for ever dating someone you work with, i guess that's never going to happen again. i know people who are married and have six and seven kids who married their husband at work, today with young people, you can't ever date anybody. >> these women do go out of their way, these are well-known women. >> laura: the demonization of
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men. abuse is abuse is abuse. >> let's not get carried away. >> laura: the best ever was meryl streep last week saying that dustin hoffman in 1979, another film i loved it was searing that film. that scene where he slaps her, he slapped me too hard. is that a method acting? she he slept too hard? >> maybe she deserved it. >> laura: allie sheedy the actress from those old 80s films, she never did do the dinner club, she called out actor james franco after he was at the golden globe awards. she said that james franco just
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one, please never ask me why i left the tv and film business. >> she claims that there was some chicanery going on. one actress on twitter after he won the golden globe appropriately called the disaster artist, she claims that he made her take her clothes off for a film, another claims he seduced a 17-year-old which he admitted to. >> laura: we have a film out of an adult man seducing a 17-year-old boy and that's called "call me by your name" i can't remember it at all. that is the epic art-house film of the year. adult man seducing an underage boy that james franco apparently can't seduce a 17 -- i need to understand that these confusing rules. >> he got up and accepted it with a times of a button on his
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lapel. hollywood undermined himself and its message by giving this guy a golden globe when he may be one of the malefactors here, one of the guys they may need to strike from the record. "new york times" today canceled an event with him. >> laura: should we play him on colbert? >> he said i'm not sure. >> laura: i'm here to listen and learn. and to change my perspective. i'm completely unwilling and i want to. if someone doesn't write their lines, they are really bad writers of their own. up next, i confronted transgender politician who has led an effort to ban the word "he" and "she" from my home "he" and "she" from my home state connecticut legislative you won't believe how much is new at red lobster... ...that is, until you taste our new menu. discover more ways to enjoy seafood with new tasting plates
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get me up to speed on the pronouns because in new york you have to use -- you can't use he or her or she or him at all, i guess you have to use ze or hir, you can be fined. you're not quite there. >> i'm not too up-to-date on new york states laws because my stuff happens in connecticut. my goals, my issues that were trying to tackle, were not looking to ban terminology. quite the opposite i lead the charge in people wanted to use their pronouns. i don't want to tell people you can't be a he or she, use what makes you happy and what makes you feel right.
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>> laura: you require people refer to you as -- when do didu transition? >> i don't like to use the word require. if someone else is going to use gendered nouns for me that i don't like i'm not going to take offense to it. there are bigger issues at hand than this. i hesitate to even say we, because when i got on the board, when i was elected the first issues i wanted to tackle were and we are tackling our issues of development, not being handled responsibly in our city. these are what are actually important. >> laura: you know what i was thinking i grew up in connecticut and glastonbury, connecticut has so many problem problems. losing jobs. losing businesses. taxes. i don't care if you are transgender, gazed, straight, whatever you are -- but if you are in politics in connecticut,
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save connecticut. because connecticut is going down the tubes. when i read articles about pronouns, changes for the rulebook, i'm like my god. >> i keep seeing my face in the newspaper and laughing i think it's a little ridiculous to be quite honest. when i was elected there were other members of the board, we were in the middle of reviewing all of our rules. there was 30 rule changes, i could be wrong about that. there are quite a large number of them. this was one proposed by a couple other people democrats and republicans that were looking at and saying this doesn't really fit considering who was just elected. what can we do to make it more appropriate? >> you want the driving force behind this. there were other members of the board, that's wild. given all the things that stanford and other towns and cities in connecticut face, that's incredible. you could be someone who just
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tries to work to fix stanford instead of focusing on pronouns which it seems to be that you don't even worked up about. >> what i think it's funny is that it keeps being said we are focusing on it. when we were at the january 2nd meeting, the meeting lasted maybe an hour 45, there were a lot of heated discussions, a lot of controversial topics that were trying to tackle. this was an asterisk next to it. we got a transgender elected official. >> laura: we appreciate you joining us. you know that frequent trump critic senator cory gardner who was in that daca a meeting yesterday? he now vows to block the president's judicial nominees over a pot kid you it takes a lot of work to run this business. but i really love it. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i don't eat the way i should.
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>> laura: welcome back. a tale of two senators. that's the subject of tonight's bonus angle. first republican senator cory gardner. he's an affable attractive first term are from colorado. he was also one of the members
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at that big daca meeting yesterday, that's nice. did you also know that he is threatening to hold up president trump's judicial nominees? it turns out that he's upset because attorney general jeff sessions announced that he won't prevent federal prosecutions against marijuana sales and possession even in states like gardeners that have bowed down to the big weed lobby and legalized it. >> i will be putting a hold on every single nomination from the department of justice. until attorney general jeff sessions lives up to the commitments that he made to me in my confirmation -- my preconfirmation meeting with him. >> laura: they had a committed relationship. we've asked him to appear on the "the ingraham angle" many times since we launched, same with radio. he has declined each time, tucker and sean don't have much luck getting him on either.
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he did have plenty of time it to on msnbc today. he is one of those republicans that "the new york times" and the liberal cable networks usually love. first he resisted trump all the way up until august of 2016 and then he wouldn't even mention his name. he never really campaigned for him. he jumped on trump after charlottesville. when trump canceled daca in september, he immediately rushed to back his own bill to save the dreamers. now defending the pot lobby, and a bogus states rights argument -- president trump, beware of cory gardner. especially when it comes to the issue of immigration. he used to talk tough on securing the border first. now like so many who came to washington, he seems to be more
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concerned with being loved by the in crowd while avoiding tough questions to people like me. it would be much better for cory gardner to come on this show and answer straightforward question questions. other people who hid were people like eric cantor and sometimes john boehner. they are not around anymore. then there's elizabeth warren. among her many degrees in law and a speech pathology, i'll bet economics is not one of them. waste management a huge company in the united states announced today that because of the passage of the tax reform bill, they are going to give $2,000 bonuses 2:30 4,000 employees. that sounds like great news, who wouldn't want a $2,000 bonus? here's what elizabeth warren thinks of the bill. >> what we have to do is change it. take out the parts that are giant giveaways to big corporations but right now, the
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republicans plan for hardworking families to eventually pay for it. >> laura: she doesn't realize former harvard law professor corporations make money, shareholders and employees do too, they do better. ditto for pension holders and 401(k)s. does she not understand that businesses are not entities without the people they employ end of the people who are the shareholders, they are the owner of these companies, they own stocks and mutual funds that invest in them. the booming economy is good for the working people. princess running mouth claims to represent the working people. two centers, two different parties, in different ways are missing the message of the last election. election. do not move, will be right ♪
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>> laura: before we go our thoughts and our prayers go out to steve scalise tonight. another surgery today on his way to his recovery after being shot
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at that baseball game last year. his doctors say things are looking good but he's been through so much. perseverance and courage and almost always a smile on his face. steve scalise tonight once again recovering from yet another surgery. that's all the time we have left tonight. shannon bream takes on things from here. >> shannon: here's what we have coming up tonight. >> shannon: downplaying the idea he'll have to interview with the special counsel, is president trump injecting some uncertainty into what his legal team has insisted is the closing chapter of the special counsel probe. as top congressional leaders work on immigration, the president comes under fire for leaving it all up to them. >> president trump: my positions are going to be with the people in this room come up with. just what is it causing top up oaklands to call it quits. we'll hear from house judiciary chairman bob goodlatte. plus we

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